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101. Meet the Booby Fly - A top producing outlaw with a catchy name. This is an excerpt from Michael Jensen's newly published book on Booby flies - Global FlyFisher

...mportant point though, is how you fish these flies. Choosing the right fly line, leader and fishing technique is essential. In this booklet you will l... ...ure - or near the bottom of rivers and lakes. The combination of a sinking line and a floating fly is the most efficient way to fish close to the bott... ... a sinking line, and with a couple of ordinary buzzer flies as droppers. He had the whole concept in place: The bottom dragging line/floating fly idea... ...Church's Floating Corixa. All of these flies were designed for the sinking line/short leader approa...

102. Czech Nymphing - Straight from the source - Global FlyFisher

... Polish competitors were forced to fish short, because they had no fishing lines... ...ip of the flyfishing rod and commonly without making use of the flyfishing line, the end of which does not touch the water surfa... ...r leading of the flies and copying their movements in the water by rod and line, while... ...milar success also in the long way, when we cast flies farther and lay the line on the water...

103. The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be felt in every cast. The line on the lower rod is the Monic that falls in large, soft loops even in this cold weather. (picture) - Stiff vs. subtle - Stiff vs. subtle - Global FlyFisher

...The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be f... ...Stiff vs. subtle - Global FlyFisher Monic Light Green Stiff vs. subtle The line in the top of this p... ...icture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be felt in every cast. The line o... ...a private comment, not for publication, use this form The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the ...

104. Shooting heads DIY - The more than Adequate Shooting Head DIY, a guide to building your own shooting heads for fly fishing - Global FlyFisher

...blished September 1st 2002 More about: Advanced Casting Do it yourself Fly lines Reference Shooting heads Spey rods Tackle Two hand rods Shooting head... ...ation Cutting Finishing Casting More About lines AFTM Sink rates Help With units FeeterMeeter IncherPincher OuncerBouncer The more than Adequate Shoot... ...o cover some advantages and disadvantages of the shooting head over the WF line, and I will thorou... ...struction The shooting head is a simple construction, where a piece of fly line is attached to a thin shooting or ru...

105. Shooting heads DIY - 4th section - Casting - Global FlyFisher

...rticle The sections Intro Preparation Cutting Finishing Casting More About lines AFTM Sink rates Help With units FeeterMeeter IncherPincher OuncerBoun... ...you. It responds a bit more aggressively and will probably gain a bit more line speed than your usual WF line, but that's the whole idea. There is som... ...: - Roll cast the line to lay on top of the water before the first back cast. - Use the tension of the line on the water to load the rod for the first... ...Excessive blind casting does not give more distance. - Shoot line when the head is just out of the top eye with only enough running line free to work ...

106. Leaders&Tippets Q&A - Global FlyFisher

...ause the knot will weaken the line. If untying is not feasible, trim down the leader or tippet and use it shorter - or retie the removed section with ... ...ebate. Some argue that wind knots should always be untied. They weaken the line considerably. Some will say that the untying will possibly weaken the ... ...o hooks can also be used to open really tight loops. Remember to check the line for nicks and bruises with your fingers and lips when the knot is gon... ...ders are compound leaders made with a core and a coating - much like a fly line. They are available in many lengths, tapers and densities and are usua...

107. Coho Clouser - I tend to reach for pink (at least on some days) when thinking of Coho. This Saltwater Clouser was inspired by the wild idea of creating a herring fly that has pink in it. Sure that's ridiculous, but heck, why not have fun. The Steve Farrar's materials are durable and relatively easy to work with. White belly, pink mid body, and blue herring back: great combination anywhere silvers are cruising. This fly is spiced up with painted Chartreuse eyes and a healthy chunk of lateral flash. I fish this Clouser with cast and strip in the open-ocean and troll it just like traditional Bucktail style flies -- it is effective using both tactical approaches. A fly that is rising up towards the surface particularly intrigues salmon in the ocean. I cast this fly out as far as practical, let it sink, feed slack line at times (if wind or current are taking the Dory away from the fly), and then strip it back to the boat. Pay particular attention when drawing the fly to the surface close to the boat. The biggest surprises come when salmon take the fly on the drop, these grabs are difficult to detect but great fun. Jay Nicholas Buy materials at http://caddisflyshop.com/ Overall Length = 3.5" Thread: Danville's 210 D Shell Pink Hook: #1/0 Mustad 3407 Belly: Steve Farrar's Blend -- UV White Top: Mirror Image Hot Pink/Steve Farrar's Blend -- Herring Back Lateral Line: Lateral Flash Eyes: Hareline Painted Lead Eyes -- Large Chartreuse Cure Goo: Hydro - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...l, let it sink, feed slack line at times if wind or current are taking the Dory away from the fly , and then strip it back to the boat. Pay particular... ...te Top: Mirror Image Hot Pink/Steve Farrar's Blend -- Herring Back Lateral Line: Lateral Flash ... ...he ocean. I cast this fly out as far as practical, let it sink, feed slack line at times if wind or current are taking the Dory away from the fly , ... ...te Top: Mirror Image Hot Pink/Steve Farrar's Blend -- Herring Back Lateral Line: Lateral Flash Eyes: Hareline Painted Lead Eyes -- Large Chartreuse Cu...

108. Tackle, rod, reel, line - Danish inshore fishing - - Global FlyFisher

...e January 1st 2001 More about: Denmark Tackle Sea trout Tackle, rod, reel, line Danish inshore fishing By Martin Joergensen Previous page Winter Next ... ...l Most Danes fish 7-8 wt. rods and lines. And most use a weight forward floating WF-F line or a shooting head. Expect that fairly long casts under dif... ...resentation rarely is. Line is mostly floating Weight Forward The preferred line is a floating weight forward, but sink tips can come in handy, especi... ...se shooting heads which offer the best combination of casting distance and line flexibility. Short leaders will work Leaders are normally short -...

109. Jock Scott - Some might consider it a bit mad or even crazy, but when Niels Have ties full dressed, classic Jock Scotts, he ties them by the dozen... and then he fishes with them! - Global FlyFisher

... Norway this year. I will be fishing with my Hexagraph rods using floating lines with sinktips and small traditional flies. The most catching salmon ... ...k describes the advantages of a large versus a wide arbor. Fly line tapers and replacement of the tip of fly lines? Hmm! Shooting heads? You guessed i... ...ke to see a fly fisherman with a greenheart wooden rod lay out 65 yards of line across the river without shooting an inch of line? Niels continues his... ...ous for his fantastic switch casts. Grant was of the opinion that shooting line was as close as a fly-angler could come to spin fishing, and routinely...

110. Global Fly Fisher, Norm Crisp AKA The Wiz, Stream side strategies: three ways of improving your fly line control

...Staff Fish better Stream side strategies: Three ways of improving your fly line control Line control is much more than mending By Norm Crisp Illustrat... ... line control to the majority of fly fisherman the very first thing they think of is mending their line to get a perfect drift. We spend a great deal ... ... What good does that drift do if poor line control keeps us from setting the hook or landing a fish? I see more fish lost because of a line control pr... ...common line control problems and their solutions. Tip no. 1: Avoid the stray hand A Schweitzer/Joergensen Publication Copyright 1994 - 1999. Global Fl...

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